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The Objective

Think of what you pray. "Our Father which art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come." - Matthew 6:9-10


The aim is… "Our Father in heaven, hallowed be Your name." - Matthew 6:9

In Heaven

Our Father where? "In this manner, therefore, pray: Our Father in heaven." - Matthew 6:9


Weekly Program


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500 - A Lamp Unto My Feet

In rural England, a monument stands to one of the great heroes of the Reformation. He grew up far from the center of attention, but history remembers him as one of the giants. While others preached or developed doctrines, this man poured himself into translating and printing. His legacy? The Bible. Join John Bradshaw on location in England and explore the life of William Tyndale, the man who translated the Bible into English.

500 - The Celtic Connection

While St. Patrick is known globally, few people understand that he was an enormously influential missionary who brought faith in Christ to the pagans of Ireland. Join John Bradshaw on location in Ireland and discover the truth about Saint Patrick.

500 - The Reformation

Five hundred years later, is the Reformation over? Or is there still work to be done? Join John Bradshaw on location across Europe in the opening program of It Is Written’s 500 series.


Even These Believed

The Day Doubt Is Removed

Will there ever come a time when God will finally clear up all the questions about Him? Join Pastor Boonstra for this week's program; you might be surprised at how it turns out.

Doubting the Divine

Have you ever been discouraged? We all know that, in times of emotional darkness, there is the temptation to turn away from God. What do you do when doubt and disappointment invade your world? Join us this week as Pastor Boonstra reveals how you can find comfort in the Word of God.

From Atheist to Ambassador

It takes more than mere assertions to convince a thinking mind to believe in God. So what do you say when you meet an atheist? Is the Christian message really a sure thing? Do God's promises really come with ironclad guarantees? Today, we'll think about whether or not Christianity is an enormous leap of faith, and we will see what happens when former atheists take that step.

You CAN Go Home Again

An embittered atheist might prefer life as a prodigal "orphan." But does a loving heavenly Dad still gaze down the road, and even send His Holy Spirit as an ambassador of reconciliation? This week, Pastor Shawn Boonstra shares powerful stories of people like C.S. Lewis who found a joyous faith despite initial disbelief.


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